loanDepot officially files for IPO

loanDepot officially files for IPO

Number of shares, price range to be determined

Did Sen. Corker violate SEC rules, Senate ethics by telling investors to short GSEs?

Made questionable remarks on CNBC regarding stocks

House passes bipartisan TRID grace period bill 303-121

Next comes Senate, then looming threat of veto from White House

Items Tagged with 'GDP'


Final 2Q GDP comes in at 3.9%

Fixed residential investment a strong driver
Personal spending was stronger than expected in the second quarter, helping to drive real GDP to a very solid 3.9% annualized rate. However, the biggest push was from fixed residential investment.
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Fed: May economic activity shows signs of slowdown

Mixed bag on housing, positive news on unemployment
Early reports for the second quarter paint a mixed picture. According to the Chicago Federal Reserve, there was net improvement in May's run of economic data but not much, at least based on the national activity index. A bad sign for housing and mortgage activity in the second quarter?
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Housing in places like New York, San Francisco fail more than just the locals

Local policies curtail worker freedoms
From the mid-'60s into the new millennium, these three cities in particular experienced phenomenal growth, but only contributed a small fraction to the growth of the nation. It’s this finding last month that underpins the need for a cohesive federal housing policy that can supersede some of the directions taken by local municipalities.
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U.S. economic growth just about grinds to halt

Exports drop off hobbles 1Q GDP
Economic growth in the United States is grinding to a near halt, with the first-quarter GDP estimate coming in at just 0.2%. What boosted it? Spending on heating oil and mandatory healthcare spending. It’s not looking good.
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